People planning weddings or attending events in Glenuig should be aware that Glenuig Inn does not welcome guests attending weddings or other "late night" events locally, whether held in Glenuig Hall or elsewhere.
The owner refuses to accept bookings from wedding parties and other late night events because he thinks they will be too rowdy.
"We will not be taking any accommodation bookings for weddings or other late night events due to activities and problems associated with events, alcohol and late nights.
Please advise any potential clients you may have that we will not be providing accommodation for any Weddings or Events. Should any slip through un-noticed, we will invoke our cancellation policy as soon as we are aware."
Also note the following from Glenuig Inn TARIFF webpage (September 2015):
No alcohol to be brought anywhere onto Glenuig Inn property (including rooms); persons/groups doing so may be removed from the premises without further notice.
Glenuig Inn cancellation policy is as follows (September 2015):
So as to ensure no-one is disappointed whilst staying with us, or visiting us, we publish some guidelines as to the standards of behaviour expected of our guests and visitors.
We do not tolerate swearing, lewd or abusive behaviour or any form of behaviour deemed to be anti-social by any guests or staff. We are not under any obligation to serve alcohol to visitors or guests, whoever they may be and under whatever guise they may have booked accommodation.
We provide facilities suitable for individuals, couples, families, friends and groups to enjoy the outdoors, and to be able to relax and enjoy a civilised meal and drink, and will not change this policy; in the opposite, we are forthright in enforcing this policy and reserve the right to remove offenders from the premises, whether or not they may have booked accommodation.
The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 applies to all.